• Film Critic: Adrian Martin - Australian Indigenous Films.

    This website includes film critic Adrian MartinÕs reviews of the following Australian Indigenous films: Nice Coloured Girls (Tracey Moffatt, Australia, 1987), Night Cries: A Rural Tragedy (Tracey Moffatt, Australia, 1990), Black Chicks Talking (Leah Purcell, Australia, 2002), Whispering In Our Hearts (Mitch Torres, Australia, 2001) and Beneath Clouds (Ivan Sen, Australia, 2002).
  • Goolarri Media Enterprises.

    The official webpage of Goolarri Media Enterprises. Launched in 1991, Goolarri Media Enterprise is a fully owned Indigenous company based in Broome assisting the development of Indigenous and non-Indigenous media in the Kimberley region. (Source: Goolarri website)
  • Indigenous Remote Communications Association Website.

    IRCA is the peak body that represents and advocates for the media and communications interests of remote and very remote Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities in Australia. IRCA promotes the important role played by remote Indigenous media in maintaining language and culture and providing tools for self-representation and community development. IRCA supports remote Indigenous media organisations (RIMOs) that have played a key role in the development of the remote media and communications industry in Australia. (Source : IRCA website).
  • IndigiTUBE.

    IndigiTUBE is an online community for sharing and accessing media made by and for Indigenous people in remote Australia. For many years Indigenous Australians have used media to keep language and culture strong. This has included video, radio, music and more recently a wide range of multi-media tools such as web and mobile phone technologies. IndigiTUBE is a celebration of Indigenous language, culture and media. The site allows registered contributors to upload and control their content. (Source: Indigitube website).
  • Locations - Indigenous Map.

    Includes an Indigenous Map. ‘The Aboriginal Heritage Act 2006 requires all Victorians to protect and conserve Aboriginal cultural heritage. Production companies and their representatives should determine whether proposed film locations are in areas of cultural significance to the Aboriginal people of Victoria.’ Film Victoria.

I think the quality of Indigenous cinema in the last five to ten years, and now with a new kind of commercial cinema like The Sapphires and TV series like Redfern Now and Gods of Wheat Street, it’s opened up Australia a little bit. I’m not too sure how long it’s going to last, I don’t want to be too negative, but it’s definitely opened up a little bit more than it’s ever been. We’ll see...

Wayne Blair, Indigenous Writer, Director, Actor. Huff Post.com. 2013.